Law General : Introduction to Indigenous law in Canada by teaching, inter alia, the connections between Indigenous ways of being and knowing and Indigenous law, including how those connections have been damaged in colonial contexts, and efforts to revitalize them. Topics include: the worldviews and constitutional contexts of Indigenous legal traditions; and the colonial contexts which have shaped the contemporary realities of Indigenous laws and Indigenous legal education.
Terms: Fall 2021
Instructors: Sloan, Kerry; Anker, Kirsten (Fall)
Restrictions: Open only to first-year McGill law students.
Languages of instruction are English and French.